Musician, professor, and sound designer Robert Henke discusses his philosophies for modeling acoustic instruments electronically, shares how Max for Live changed his workflow, and gives some advice for producers.
As cool as it is to see the many different kinds of controllers available for Ableton Live, what about using no controller at all? For his new project, "Kin-Hackt", Ableton Certified Trainer Adriano Clemente uses his body as a controller, interfacing with Live using a Kinect and Max for Live. Here's a video of Kin-Hackt in motion, with Adriano playing Live with his body movements:
Learn more about the Kin-Hackt at this feature on Create Digital Music.